Veolia Transdev and Air France: “the airport at your door” with SuperShuttle Paris


Veolia Transdev and Air France have agreed a partnership that allows the airline’s customers to benefit from SuperShuttle Paris, the door-to-door airport and station service from any address within Paris and its immediate suburbs.

Consequently, in the “airport transfers” section of Air France’s website, customers will find the SuperShuttle service available as a shared option (the minivan and the price of the journey are shared between several customers) or as a private shuttle (the entire minivan is reserved).
We are particularly happy to be offering our transfer service to all Air France passengers. Thanks to our extensive fleet of blue minivans within Paris and at the city's airports, Air France customers will be able to benefit from the convenience of a door-to-door journey at a very attractive price.
Jean-Philippe Le Comte, SuperShuttle Paris's director
In both central Paris and the inner suburbs, SuperShuttle now means that passengers can go from their home, hotel or office to the airport for just €20.50 per person for two people (€25 for a single person). It represents a real alternative to the previously existing transport choices. A lot of the time, the airport transfer is just a detail that gets forgotten... only to become a real headache at the time of departure ... To remedy this, Air France is now bringing its customers a comfortable, cost-effective and eco-friendly solution: SuperShuttle.
Baudouin de Bretagne, Sales director

SuperShuttle's simple principle:

When you book online (, confirmation is sent by e-mail indicating the dates, time and place of the pick-up as well as the freephone helpline for all modifications or questions.

A driver will then pick up the passenger from their home, hotel or office at the designated time.

From the airport, the passenger needs to visit the SuperShuttle kiosk or call the freephone number. A SuperShuttle operative will then identify the driver who be transporting them to their destination.

SuperShuttle Paris also offers attractive partnerships for companies, travel agents and tour operators.


Important notice

Veolia Environnement is a company listed on the NYSE and the Euronext Paris and this press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the provisions of the 1995 U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act. These statements are based on the expectations and current forecasts of the management and are subject to certain inaccuracies which could result in a significant difference between the actual results and those described in the forward-looking statements, as well as the risks described in the documents submitted by Veolia Environnement to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Veolia Environnement is not obliged to either commit to updating or revising the forward-looking statements. Investors and holders of securities may obtain free copies of the documents submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission by Veolia Environnement.

About SuperShuttle Paris

A pioneer in shared airport transfers, SuperShuttle was founded over 25 years ago and has since become the world’s most renowned airport shuttle brand, transporting over 8 million passengers from door to door each year. In 2007, the company became a subsidiary of Veolia Transdev. Proud to be exporting its expertise internationally, SuperShuttle launched SuperShuttle Paris in 2010.

About Veolia Transdev

Born out of the merger of Veolia Transport and Transdev, a subsidiary of Veolia Environment and Caisse des Dépôts, Veolia Transdev is the world’s leading private player in the field of sustainable transport. Veolia Transdev advises and supports regional authorities, from the pre-project stage to the daily operation of public transport networks, including project management assistance. With 119,000 staff in 27 countries, the group operates 60,000 vehicles and 25 tram systems.

In 2010, Veolia Transport generated turnover of 5.7 billion euros, while Transdev’s turnover was 2.5 billion euros.

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